Cheltenham Spa railway station is a railway station serving Cheltenham in Gloucestershire, England. Situated on the Bristol-Birmingham main line, it is managed by First Great Western and is about one mile from the town centre.
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... Gloucestershire County Council are currently proposing a new station called Gloucestershire Parkway railway station ... Local fears were that this would severely impact services to Cheltenham Spa as of 2006, the project is currently shelved ... The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway (which currently terminates at Cheltenham Racecourse some few miles away) intend (after a further couple of years) to ...
... Following Lownes' ownership, Stocks was owned by English Cricket player Phil Edmonds, who added a swimming pool and a golf course to the extensive grounds allowing him to turn the Stocks property into the Stocks Golf Resort Hotel and Health Spa ... Harlequin F.C ...
... He studied law, was admitted to the bar and commenced practice in Ballston Spa, New York ... He was one of the first directors of the Ballston Spa State Bank (later the Ballston Spa National Bank), which was organized in 1830 ... and served from March 4, 1839, until his death in Ballston Spa, June 14, 1840 ...
... Spa Golf Club is situated between Spa and Ballynahinch on the Grove Road ... The Golf Club has held qualifying matches for the British Senior Open Championship in recent years ...
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